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SeaWorld Touring plans?

Discussion in 'Trip Reports, Planning, & Questions' started by Skold, Apr 24, 2019.

  1. Skold

    Skold Rookie

    Feb 17, 2016
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    So, we're headed down in May and doing a SeaWorld day this year.

    (Universal is the anchor each year, with something else, like DAK, for a day or two).

    I haven't been to SW since 1993. lol!

    So, any early morning touring plan advice?

    For example, if someone were to ask me how to do USF, I'd say "get in line 30 mins before rope drop, head to DMMM, then use the app to determine Mummy, TF, or Gringotts".

    What should i look for at SeaWorld? Mako and then chaos?

    And how do we feel about the "dine all day" plan? I never get those things but at $20 it might be worth it?

    TIA everyone! :toast:
  2. MakoMania

    MakoMania Rookie

    May 8, 2017
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    ^Be aware that the back half of the park (Mako, Infinity Falls) etc often opens an hour after the front of the park. So you are best getting there when the park opens and hopping on rides like Manta, Journey to Atlantis and Antarctica before the lines get too long.
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  3. GAcoaster

    GAcoaster Veteran Member

    Nov 30, 2012
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    Most of the time weekdays aren't too busy at SeaWorld and you should be able to get to all the rides without too much wait time. If there are lines you can always buy Quick Queue day of and skip them all for a reasonable price ($20-$30 per person). They also offer one time Quick Queue for some attractions, so if there's a long line for one thing and you really want to o it, you can purchase a one time skip the line for about $5 through the app. Even if there are lines during the day, the afternoon/evening often has walk on lines for all the coasters.
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